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Butterfield, Garvan, Campbell etc

Butterfield, Garvan, Campbell etc

In Ian Holloway's Advertiser column, he talks in general about the remainder of the transfer window.

To read his full column please Click Here.

In his ramble, Holloway explains that he's hoping to secure Jacob Butterfield for the season and not just the month that has already been agreed with Norwich.

Loan signing Alex Nimely has been ruled out for three to four weeks after tearing his hamstring in the Bolton game. It was more serious than the club had hoped.

Holloway confirms that DJ Campbell won't be joining us from QPR unfortunately.

He obviously confirmed the departure of David Wright.

Holloway says that with Owen Garvan's injury and contract situation, and he believes Steve Parish will be contacting him to explain the chat they had on Monday. But as yet, there isn't a daate for his return.

As for the remainder of the window, Holloway says a few deals are ticking through - but that's no guarantee they will come off before the deadline closes.

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Writer:Eddy Eagle
Date:Monday January 28 2013
Time: 7:00AM

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